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Old 01-01-2005   #16
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some of you still don't get it & that is this- the position a NFL prospect plays in college does not translate into the same position in the NFL for anyone you had the opportunity to watch the Georgia game you saw three NFL defensive prospects. Two of which could switch positions once drafted depending upon that teams needs & scheme. If the Texans want to groom a ILB that plays ILB in College http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/pla...llthurman.html would be a good selection with the 2nd round pick. Now for Pollack & Davis (one plays DE the other SS) both could become outstanding OLB in a 3-4. Theres the beauty, the fact the Texans are set with Babin @ one OLB really creates the opportunity for a pair of pass rushing, QB sacking OLB's. The #1 OLB also plays DE in College of course I'm talking about http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/pla...skiwanuka.html (if he declares) he would be worth the price of trading up as posted on earlier thread Texans #1 need.
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